CORNWALL CRICKET Penzance soaring at Premier summit

CornwallCricket portraitPenzance streteched their Cornwall Premier Cricket League lead to 18 points after beating St Austell by 100 runs.

Second placed Redruth lost to Werrington, who take closer order in third place.

Penzance made 231 for 6 at St Austell with Scott Harvey making 101 not out. 

St Austell were dismissed for 131 to lose by 100 runs.

Redruth were bowled out for 175 at home to Werrington who won by five wickets in a tense finish . 

Matt Robins followed up his three wickets with 52 not out.

A thrilling game at Truro saw Grampound Road win by one wicket. 

Truro were 197 all out. The Road scraped home reaching 198 for 9 after being 4 for 3.

St Just returned to winning ways beating Callington at Cape Road by 151 runs. 

St Just made 264 for 6 with Callington all out for 113. 

England Under 19 Lewis Goldsworthy made 57 and took 5 for 20.

Falmouth remain at the bottom after losing at Wadebridge by eight wickets. 

Falmouth made 225 for 6 but the home side responded with 229 for 2 with Kevin Renecke making 120 not out.

Camborne remain top of County Division 1 after winning at Werrington second by seven wickets while second place Redruth seconds lost narrowly - by two wickets - at Troon.

Beacon beat St Austell seconds by 165 runs.

Rosudgeon beat Gorran by 115 runs.

Ludgvan beat Lanhydrock by 94 runs.

Launceston beat Helston by seven wickets.

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